Poco C3 features a 6.53-inch HD+ display. It sports a waterdrop notch to house the selfie camera. The panel sports an HD+ resolution and a tall aspect ratio of 20:9. The display on the Poco C3 is reading mode certified by the TUV Rheinland.
At the back, Poco has included a dual-tone color scheme. It also houses the square camera module. Unlike the Redmi 9C that the device is based on, the Poco C3 does not have a fingerprint scanner. Similarly, the device is P2i certified against minor splashes.
Performance and Software
Here, the phone packs in Helio G35 SoC. It’s a budget-oriented gaming chipset from MediaTek. Thus, it supports HyperEngine Technology that manages the resources intelligently for a lag-free experience. As of now, only the 4/64GB variant will be available in Nepal.Poco C3 ships with MIUI 12 based on Android 10. The highlight here is the Poco Clean Experience which provides an ad-free experience to the users. Also, the company claims to have optimized the MIUI launcher and improved the responsiveness of the system animation.
At the back, the triple camera setup is enclosed inside the square camera module along with the LED flash. The setup is led by a 13MP camera sensor. It is joined by a 2MP portrait camera and another 2MP sensor for macro shots. The rear camera setup supports Phase Detection AF, AI Scene Detection, and Face Recognition. On the front, the waterdrop notch encloses the 5MP selfie camera.
Rest of the specs
The whole setup is powered by a 5,000mAh battery, which the company claims can deliver up to 2 hours of battery endurance on normal usage. Poco is also claiming a 25% longer battery lifespan on this device because of the Better Battery 2.0. The device supports 10W charging and Poco has included a 380V surge protection charger with the device. Similarly, the ports are also made from corrosion-proof materials.
Moving on to the M02s, the device sports a 6.5-inch TFT panel. Like most of the devices in this price segment, the display has an HD+ resolution and a waterdrop notch that houses the front camera.At the back, the triple camera setup is housed inside the rectangular camera module. Other than that, there is a Samsung branding towards the bottom. Interestingly, Samsung has omitted the physical fingerprint sensor that was on the M01s. The device is available in three color options – Black, Blue, and Red.
Performance and Memory
Here, Samsung Galaxy M02s is powered by an entry-level Snapdragon 450 chipset from Qualcomm. It’s a bit underwhelming when we have phones like Motorola’s Moto E7 Plus that offer SD 460 with 70% better performance for almost the same price. The M02s comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. The latter can be expanded up to 512GB with an external SD card.
Getting to the cames, Galaxy M02s now has a total of four cameras. The main camera setup consists of three sensors whereas the fourth is on the front. Except for an additional 2MP macro sensors, the rear camera setup is very similar to that of M01s. We are talking about a 13MP primary sensor accompanied by a 2MP depth sensor. Similarly, there is a 5MP sensor on the front for selfies.
Galaxy M02s features a bigger battery than its predecessor. The 5,000mAh battery is non-removable and it supports a faster 15W charging technology.